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Publisher's Summary

Kylie Winters never knew her father, and after her mother's recent death, she's on a journey of self-discovery. She barely arrives in the small town where she grew up before she has a run in with the law-and comes face to face with the policeman who was her childhood best friend. When it seems danger has followed her into town, Nick is the one she turns to for help.

Nick Harris spent years wondering about the girl who disappeared from his life. When Kylie hits town, he knows this is his chance to find out who the woman has become. He's intent on keeping her safe, and not just for absolution from his past mistakes. He loved Kylie as a kid, and it's not long before those feelings come rushing back.

©2016 Lacy Williams (P)2016 Lacy Williams

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4.5 Stars!

This story is tied with the first book in the series as a favorite or, at the least, a close second. I enjoyed how the series tied up the ongoing mystery/suspense and drew characters from the previous books into this story. Kylie and Nick were great mc's and some of my favorite in this series. Like every book prior, I wish I could get more story, but it was still a lovely re-telling, interesting story line, and sweet romance.

Lara Asmundson narrated every book in this series and aside from book 3, I was thoroughly pleased.

(I voluntarily reviewed complimentary audio books of this series. My reviews are my honest and unbiased opinion.)

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I love this series!

I absolutely adore this series, and this 2-hour audiobook is such a cozy and suspenseful addition to the "Cowboy Fairy Tales". It is the final audiobook of the series, but Lacy Williams has written a final short story that is available for free if you sign up for her newsletter (info available at the end of this audiobook). I am also very glad that there is a "Triple H Brides" spin-off series that starts with "Kissing Kelsey" because these characters are dear to my heart.

I immediately loved Kylie and Nick. Kylie's problems touched my heart. Nick also had a problem that caused him to not be able to trust easily again. It was sort of a second-chance romance because Nick had had a crush on Kylie when they were children. Now they are in their 20s, and Nick is a handsome and capable small-town cop. Nick and Kylie are good people. Kylie's dog Snow was adorable as well.

There was a fantastic, tautly written suspenseful sequence that made my heart pound. I was quite impressed with the the quality of the writing. I love this installment so much that I plan to listen to it again in the near future.

It is so cool that the two continuing story arcs for the series were concluded so nicely. The lost princess was found, and now we found out what happened to the psycho royal aunt. This book focuses on Kylie and Nick, with a little bit of third person perspective from Gideon and Peter. I love the adorable ending, too. I recommend this series to everyone who loves contemporary romance, especially those with princesses, cowboys, or guys in uniform. FYI, this series only has kissing, no sex scenes. The narrator did her usual good but not expert job.

I received a free copy from the author, and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.

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Fun Addition to the Series

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, I have enjoyed the entire series and would recommend the entire series as a great set of audiobooks to enjoy.

What other book might you compare The Lost Princess to and why?

I would compare it to the others in the series. I guess I could also compare it to other stories that feature royal families, such as those by Rachel Hauck. I really enjoy these types of books.

Which scene was your favorite?

I don't want to give away any spoilers, but I enjoyed the press conference at the end of the book.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No extreme reaction.

Any additional comments?

I've enjoyed this entire series so much!